ChatGPT and other AI-generated text applications are altering the landscape of teaching and learning.
CTLM is curating information and resources from across UW–Madison to help instructors navigate this rapidly developing area of teaching and learning. Please contact us if you have questions, comments or additions!
Teaching Writing in the Age of ChatGPT
Join the Greater Madison Writing Project July 25-26 for a symposium dedicated to the teaching of writing in a ChatGPT world. Come together with thoughtful and talented colleagues to learn more about these emerging technologies, how to adapt current writing activities, and how to think about and plan for the future of writing instruction at all grade levels.
Considerations for Teaching and Learning Writing
Writing Across the Curriculum has created a collaborative guide for instructors on supporting student writing practices in the age of AI.
Guide: Using AI in the Classroom
The L&S Instructional Design Collaborative has created a guide for instructors seeking to make transparent use of this new technology.
Recap: A Campus Conversation on ChatGPT
The Teaching Academy shares takeaways and a resource sheet from a recent campus conversation about ChatGPT.
ChatGPT Q&A: Responding to the pitfalls and potential of artificial intelligence
John Zumbrunnen, the vice provost for teaching and learning, shares how AI has made him think about changes to his own teaching, as well as the resources available to instructors at UW–Madison.
Policies and Support
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards provides information and support to instructors and responds to concerns about academic misconduct.